The Chart Topping Love Song That Never Uses the Word ‘LOVE’ [VIDEO]
There is nothing like a country love song. There seems to be a new heart tugger that ends up being the wedding song of the year every year. In the past John Micheal Montgomery ruled the wedding scene with "I Swear" and " I Can Love You Like That", Lonestar had "Amazed" and recently we had Thomas Rhett's "Die a Happy Man" and Dan + Shay's "From the Ground Up". This year the wedding song of the year title could go to Brett Young's "In Case You Didn't Know".
This number one hit is one of the biggest songs of the year so far and has really hit people in the heart. This is a love song from the perspective of a guy who is deeply in love but isn't sure how to say it. When you listen to it you have no doubt that the man in the song is deeply in love but you will notice that the word "love" is never once used in the song. I visited with one of the co-writers of the song, Trent Tomlinson, who told me that it was on purpose. They set out to express the feeling of true love but never say the word. Brilliant songwriting and a killer vocal equals one the year's biggest hits.